Good evening from Denmark!
While there's no reason to panic, it's a good idea to follow the situation, so I thought I'd make this little update about the coronavirus-situation in Denmark, for those of you who are (thinking about) visiting Denmark.
As of March 10, 2020:
262 infected & 1101 in quarantine in Denmark + 2 infected & 31 in quarantine on the Faroe Islands (numbers from www.stps.dk).
Current recommendations from the government and the authorities:
All events with more than 1000 people are strongly discouraged (but not prohibited), so far until the end of March.
Avoid taking public transport during rush hour, if possible.
Increased focus on hand hygiene to avoid contracting or spreading the disease. Physical contact (handshakes, hugs, kisses, etc.) is discouraged.
Both residents and visitors who are returning from "high-risk areas" in other countries are requested to go into a 14-day quarantine.
DSB is refunding all domestic train tickets and reservations free of charge (including the usually non-refundable Orange tickets). Special conditions apply for international DSB tickets. DSB has also announced that they're working on introducing mandatory seat reservations on Regional and InterCity trains in response to the virus outbreak, but they haven't released further details yet.
Everything is still business as usual, but the coronavirus is naturally the main talking point. The situation is still developing, and circumstances change day-to-day, so the posted information may be outdated by the time you read this/visit DK. Again, this post is not meant to spread panic, it's merely meant as information for those who are looking to visit Denmark in the coming days/weeks/months.